Minnesota Wild Forward Undegoes Surgery For Nagging Four Month Injury

Minnesota Wild forward Frederick Gaudreau is set to undergo surgery to repair an abdominal injury that he has been dealing with for the past four months.

Despite the injury, Gaudreau played through it without missing a single game.

Bill Guerin, the general manager of the Minnesota Wild, made the announcement on Tuesday. Gaudreau's injury is significant enough to require medical attention, and it's unclear whether he will fully recover in time for training camp in September.

Gaudreau, who recently turned 30, has played for three different teams throughout his career. He has accumulated a total of 100 career points from 38 goals and 62 assists across 261 games.

It's not yet clear whether Gaudreau will be ready for training camp or not.

During the 2022-2023 regular season, Gaudreau recorded a career-high of 19 goals and 19 assists, for a total of 38 points in 82 games.

He also scored three goals during the Wild's Western Conference first-round playoff loss to the Dallas Stars. Photo Credit: Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports